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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-02-2003, 09:34 AM
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One piece axles

Alright guys i'm going to stick w/ the amc 20 and dana 30 for a few years until i get out of school i guess. What brand one piece axles do you guys recommend? I am thinking of either Superior Axle and Gears' one piece kit or moser's on piece kit.. what do you guys recommend and where can i get either for the cheapest??


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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-02-2003, 09:47 AM
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I just recieved a set of 1 piece axles from Moser Engineering. I ordered them from Quadratec. They had them on overstock close out form $179.00! They had limited quanities, so give them a call. I check with Moser, and they only make 1 kit, list price $299
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both kits are good.. i had the superior kit.. and my friend had the moser kit.. both worked well.. just shop around for the best price..
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I have the Moser shafts myself and I am very satisfied with the quality. I had some of the off brand cheapy one piece shafts and I must say they are a little on the weak side. Moser and Superior both allow you to use the OEM bearings and seals where the cheapy shafts do not!!!! I bought directly through Moser and got a better deal than going through 4wheel parts wholesalers.. I got there number from the Moser website!!!
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I'm running the Superior shafts, had no problems and install was easy.
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My buddy has the Superior axels on his Cj-7. They are great, but the powder coating wore of QUICK (2 months) and the hub started rusting. I think it was kinda lame to spend $600 (front and rear) and have 'em rust like that.
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I bought some made by Omix-Ada. they are the less expensive one, read CHEAP ONES and they've been doin' just fine with my locker. as for the powder coating wearing off, mine didn't have the powder coting, so I cleaned them well and sprayed them black. been in there 1.5 years and no rust.

bought mine from Krage motorsport he sells Superior, moser and Omix. As a note, he runs Omix behind his 401 and has had no problems in the 2 years prior to me buying mine.
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post #8 of (permalink) Old 03-07-2003, 03:23 AM
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i don't know about any other axles warranty's but moser has a lifetime you brake it we replace it warranty. but you probably [img]images/graemlins/chair.gif[/img]never will.
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